Today was finally my first run to kick it off Run2Grow "officially". It was a simple 3km distance after deciding the 5km Park Run would probably be pushing it as I have barely run in the past 2 years. My goal was simply to complete it at the pace that was right for my body today. Kindness to myself. As I write this now, somehow seeing it in words in front of me brings a sense of commitment, attachment, and belief that this was a good decision. As I was running though, the sto
With over 1.6 billion users on FB alone, and the average person checking social networking sites more than 50 times each day, it seems reasonable to ask – are we spending too much time on social media? Do you have "FB OCD" or are disconnected from what’s most important because you are a too connected? If you think you may be in social networking overdrive, or are wondering if it’s contributing to low mood or anxiety, read on to decide what’s working for you (and what’s not).